Today is the day I got mine - the knock-off, that is. I must say, for $47 shipped, the fit and finish is good. Better than I'm used to, let's put it that way. By the way, the first thing I noticed; my logo is right side up.
Second, the legs were a little wobbly on their axis, there was quite a bit of play in the "swing" of the legs, where they move along the semi-circle indents on the body of the pod, and the mount was way too loose to fit any Picatinny rail I've ever seen. So...
First thing I did was grab the smallest strap wrench I own. Pulled the outer legs down a couple of clicks and, using the strap wrench, tightened the legs as much as could manage. The legs didn't wobble on their axis anymore. Next, I removed both legs with a hex wrench and took out the inner brass washer that sits between the leg and the semi-circle indent do-dad. Using a couple of hole punches, chosen to approximate the inner and outer dimensions of the washer, I made another washer out of 1/16-inch black neoprene - the kind you can get ay most craft store (at least here in the U.S.). Then I put it back together with the home made washer between the brass washer and the body. The bipod was now solid as a rock - no play, no wobble anywhere. I then tightened the mount to fit my rail by, while the lever was in the open position, pushing on the lever. This forces the hex nut, holding the lever, out of its recess. This allows you to screw the in or out until you have the right tension.
This whole process took no more than 15 minutes. Admittedly, I had the tools (screw driver, hex wrench, hole punches, and strap wrench) on hand. I also had the neoprene. When finished, the bipod is every bit as usable (with one exception I'll get to later), 95% optically impressive (I didn't want to say attractive).
So what's missing? The tilt. The knock-off doesn't hack it. There is a point, when the adjustment screw is set "just right", when tilt works - kinda sorta.
So, after all that, let me say that I purchased the real thing from Botache, here in the U.S. for $269. The pod I received had play in the legs. The adjustment screw was so hard to turn that I started getting small blisters on my fingers. I sent it back. I like the knock-off better. A well functioning, attractive (there I said it) bipod with as many features as this one is definitely worth $47. As someone already mentioned, if I want a tilt function, I can go out and spend $220 more - well..... No thanks!
BTW: the pic posted by Demp223 is nothing like the pod I received from Greenbase. Fit and finish are much cruder (sorry Demp) than the one I received and some features are different.